Ubuntu Camp is a small, seasonal camp, located in the Serengeti National Park. It moves seasonally to optimise the chance of witnessing the great wildebeest migration and therefore ensuring fantastic game-viewing at all times.
Witness the great wildebeest migration
Staff are extremely friendly and helpful
Intimate camp with just six tents
Communal dining area and lounge
Ubuntu Camp, with only six tents ensures an intimate and private experience in one of the world's most famous National Parks. The camp moves twice a year, in order to be as close to the Great Wildebeest Migration as possible, and being so small means its impact on the environment is minimal.
Each tent is en-suite, with flush loos, running water and safari bucket showers. The tents are prepared as twins or doubles yet can be made into triples if needed. The main camp areas are made up of a living area and dining mess tent, where guests gather together over drinks and dinner in a relaxed, social environment. The food and service are very good and you will really feel like you have experienced an authentic East African Safari by staying here.
The camp is located in the Northern Serengeti from late July to October, and the Southern Serengeti in the Kusini region from December to March in order to witness the migration as it moves on its annual circuit.
When to visit
Relax in the bar with a drink looking out at the incredible views
Ubuntu Camp is a small, semi-permanent camp in the Serengeti National Park. Between December and March it is situated on the open southern plains, where the annual migration spreads out to graze on the fresh new grasses. Then from June to November it is located in the north of the park, where it is perfectly positioned to witness the crossing of the Mara River.